Karate Chop

Fiction Dorthe Nors
Translated by Martin Aitken

She had once been advised to listen well to what a man said just when he began to sense a woman was showing interest in him. For reasons unknown, most men at that very time gave off important information about their true nature. This was what she had been told, and she had known men herself who,  [...]

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Issue 14

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14

Fall 2011

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Dorthe Nors is the author of five books in her native Denmark, including the story collection Karate Chop, for which she received the 2014 Per Olov Enquist Literary Prize. She lives in Jutland.

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